By Angu Lesley
Football writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
South African Premier Soccer League side Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed reigning Cameroon champions PWD of Bamenda have notified CAF of their desire to have their CAF Champions League game rescheduled.
“Cameroonian side PWD Bamenda have requested through CAF a postponement of our CAF CL 2nd Leg Prelim match scheduled for tomorrow, Friday 4th December,” Kaizer Chiefs wrote on their official social media handle.
PWD lost at home to Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday in the first leg preliminary fixture and is expected to at least equal the result in the reverse fixture to keep their chances of qualifying for the next round of the competition.
This online portal understands fans of Kaizer Chiefs are divided about pushing the game to Sunday, December 6 at the same venue.
The game will be PWD’s first game in South Africa and potentially a chance to extend their stay in the CAF Champions League this season.
The Amakosi are keen on reviving their season through the competition while the Abakwa boys remain confident about their chances despite the first leg defeat.
CAF is yet to comment on the situation.
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